Free Online Courses: 12 Days of Learning with Lynda.com

Lynda.com 12 Days of Learning

What a great early holiday present!

Lynda.com is celebrating the holidays with 12 Days of Learning, your opportunity to take 12 free online courses taught by professionals. Each day through December 24, 2014, Lynda.com will unlock a new free online course. Continue reading Free Online Courses: 12 Days of Learning with Lynda.com

WordSesh Returns December 20, 2014

WordSesh 3

If you’ve been looking to improve your knowledge of WordPress, but haven’t been able to attend your local Meetup group or nearby WordCamp, reserve some time in front of your computer or digital device this weekend.

That’s when the third WordSesh returns with 24 hours of free online presentations that will be livestreamed. Think of it as a virtual WordCamp, where you’ll learn about WordPress and can interact with attendees and speakers on chat and Twitter. Continue reading WordSesh Returns December 20, 2014

8 Merry Leadership Lessons You Can Learn From Santa [Infographic]

8 merry leadership lessons you can learn from Santa

With millions of kids and adults to deliver Christmas presents to in one day, you know Santa has great leadership skills to inspire his team for that all-important day this month.

From leading with the why to focusing on outcomes, this infographic from Officevibe will teach you a few leadership lessons from jolly old St. Nick. Continue reading 8 Merry Leadership Lessons You Can Learn From Santa [Infographic]

Colors by the Second: What Colour Is It?

24-hour clock displaying 17:26:40

Watching the seconds of the day go by is a lot more fun when the seconds are re-created as hexadecimal colors.

Developed by J.E. Murphy, the What Colour Is It? website displays a 24-hour clock with hours, minutes, and seconds with a background color translated into the hexadecimal code for that specific time of the day. Continue reading Colors by the Second: What Colour Is It?

Photo of the Week: First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth

First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth

After taking so many photos of other churches in the past few months, I realized I’ve taken few pictures of my own church, First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth.

Our family’s been a member of First Presbyterian for over ten years. After being a member of Moravian and Methodist churches in the past, teaching Logos and Sunday School, heading up the Missions committee, and being the Administrative leader for the church, I was searching for a nearby church with a strong youth program for our son, who was in grade school at the time. Continue reading Photo of the Week: First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth